UN32D5500RF Review

The UN32D5500RF is a 32-inch LED television with USB thumb drive playback and support for more than a dozen video formats. It also supports AllShare DLNA Networking, which enables you to synchronize connected home electronics and view remote content on your TV. It also features a Preloaded Content Library and a ConnectShare Movie feature for showing digital media on your television.


The UN32D5500RF is a 32-inch class monitor. It has a diagonal measurement of 31.5″, making it suitable for a variety of applications. This TV supports over a dozen video formats. It also features AllShare DLNA Networking, which lets you sync your connectable home electronics and display their content on the television. There are also a few preloaded content libraries available for your viewing pleasure. Finally, the ConnectShare Movie feature lets you play digital media on your TV.

To make sure that your UN32D5500RF monitor runs at its optimum level, you should update its driver. The driver is included with the Windows operating system, and you can also download it through Windows updates. The driver update tool will automatically update the Samsung UN32D5500RF driver version.

Color accuracy

The UN32D5500RF provides excellent color accuracy and is a very good option for those who want accurate color reproduction. The display uses a color gamut based on the 1976 CIE Uniform Color Diagrams. The older CIE diagrams are highly non-uniform and the NTSC Color Gamut has been outdated for over 30 years. It plots the measured and reference colors on the CIE diagrams with black circles for Reference Colors and red circles for measured colors. It is important to note that any color error smaller than JNCD is not easily visible.

The dE value of a television is important because it expresses how accurately the display reproduces a given color. Although it is important to note that this metric does not indicate the actual difference between a target color and the reproduced color, it can help you decide whether a display is good enough for you. Specifically, dE values are very helpful for multi-monitor editing, as they can reduce the amount of noticeable distortion.

Motion interpolation

Motion interpolation is a nice feature on some cameras, but not all of them have it. This feature improves the look of motion by adding more frames to the video. This can reduce the stuttering effect that can be caused by long frame stays.

This feature is useful for a variety of reasons. It helps make video smoother and matches the refresh rate of a TV. It works by guessing a frame between each actual frame and inserting it. Motion interpolation can also be turned off or on by the user.

However, it has its drawbacks. One drawback is the fact that it can make motions appear jerky. In busy scenes, the TV is unable to keep up with the pace of the content and the result is an unnatural effect. In these cases, motion blur and haloing are visible. Furthermore, motion interpolation can stop working altogether if the scene is too busy.

TV manufacturers call motion interpolation settings different things. Some call it Auto Motion Plus, while others call it TruMotion. Most TVs have a main setting for customizing this feature and sliders to adjust the amount of blurring. In most cases, setting the main setting to custom is the key.


The UN32D5500RF is a decent-quality LCD monitor that offers excellent black levels, color rendering, and contrast ratio. However, its viewing angle is relatively narrow. It also performs well in motion tests, but there is some judder and slight diagonal tendencies. Overall, we’re happy with the UN32D5500.

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